Vibration Testing

Vibration testing is the process of evaluating the performance or degradation of a product, component, system, or structure when subjected to mechanical motion. It is an essential part of quality assurance and control, performance and fatigue evaluation, and regulatory compliance of numerous products, such as electronic components and automotive products. Random vibration testing is widely performed in testing labs to simulate real-world conditions for a range of products.

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    Vibration Testing

    Vibration testing is the process of evaluating the performance or degradation of a product, component, system, or structure when subjected to mechanical motion. It is an essential part of quality assurance, performance evaluation, regulatory compliance, quality control, fatigue testing, etc., for numerous products, from circuit boards, electronic components, automotive parts to rocket boosters. The test sample is subjected to controlled sinusoidal, transient, or random vibrations using electromagnetic, electrohydraulic, electrodynamic, or mechanical shakers. Random vibration testing is widely used to simulate real-world conditions for a range of products, including motorcycle components, jet engines, cruise missiles, catalytic converters, etc.

    It is essential to precisely control the amplitude and frequency of vibrations in the testing procedure to replicate operational conditions to predict product failure. To this end, specialty equipment and shakers that can handle a few ounces to thousands of pounds are available to suit the specific product that needs to be tested.

    We, at Infinita Lab network of testing labs, are equipped with a wide range of Vibration Testing Services to cater testing needs of our clients in the USA. We are committed to providing value for your money and satisfactory services. 

    Vibration Testing Services

    • Sinusoidal Vibration
    • Random Vibration
    • Sine on Random Vibration
    • Combined Temperature and Vibration Testing
    • Shock Response Spectrum Analysis
    • Environmental Stress Screening
    • Resonance Search and Dwell
    • Fixture Testing
    • Shock, Drop, and Tumble
    • Nuclear Seismic Testing
    • Seismic Testing
    • Earthquake Simulation
    • Classic Shock
    • Field Data Acquisition
    • Transportation Vibration
    • Engine Mounted Vibration

    Industries Using Vibration Testing Services

    • Electronics
    • Military
    • Aerospace
    • Automotive
    • Heavy Machinery
    • Electrical
    • Nuclear

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      FAQ on Vibration Testing

      Where can I get vibration testing of products done?

      Infinita Lab provides many testing services which aim to simulate actual operating conditions of products and components, including vibration testing which determines the behavior of materials under likely vibration conditions such as in transit.

      How much does vibration testing cost?

       Single-axis vibration testing starts from $1130 per 2 hours. 

      What is vibration testing?

       Vibration testing is the process of evaluating the performance or degradation of a structure when subjected to mechanical motion. Vibration testing mimics the conditions that a product or structure might see during its lifetime while under a test environment. 

      What are the uses of vibration testing?

      Vibration testing is used to ensure that products are robust and that they perform safely during operation or transit. It is used for detecting potential failures. It is also used for performance evaluation, quality assurance, regulatory compliance, quality control, and fatigue testing. 

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